is a captivating (fish) tale. It explains for both adults and kids how
the fish we most commonly eat may very well be gone in another 50 years,
unless there is a profound shift our eating – and fishing — habits.
World Without Fish isn’t dry, though it is meticulously researched (it just earned a “recommend” rating from Scientific American)
and clocks in just under a daunting 180-pages, so it’s probably best suited for
kids ages 9 and up. Your ichthyology mileage may vary. The book is chock-full of fish facts (I’ll bet you didn’t know that jellyfish are
considered the cockroaches of the sea) and has an engaging 12-page, full-color graphic novel woven throughout.
While the concerns raised about the ocean environment are indeed alarming, the message is one of
empowerment and action. I’m gifting a copy of this valuable resource to
my middle schooler’s classroom, stat. - Barbara
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